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We seek out the most interesting untold stories, to better understand how change really happens. And how it can benefit you, your organisation and the world.


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We love adding value to our community. And do our best to share new (and enduring) ideas and change technology for personal or professional development.

Featured Inspiration

  • About This Podcast Digging further into the landscape of change, we have decided to ask an expert of human relationships, Susan Quilliam, to contribute some of her wisdom to the project.Susan

  • About This Podcast This week’s episode of the 91 Untold Change Project podcast features an interview between Neil and our very own John Seymour. If you don’t know John he is

  • About This Podcast One of the themes that’s emerged so far within the 91 Untold Change Project is how vitally important disruption is to facilitate real and lasting positive change and

  • About This Podcast This week's podcast features David Smith-Collins, whose strong reputation as an innovative change leader stems from his days in the police service, wherein he rose to the rank

  • About This Podcast In Episode #4 of the Change Project Giles Gibbons suggested that the separate nomenclature of ‘charity’ and ‘business’ is potentially becoming ever more irrelevant. What is more important

  •      About This Podcast:To be honest, we went into today’s podcast knowing we’d be wowed by our guest, Rachel Higham, Managing Director of IT at the communications colossus

Featured Courses


This was the first year I didn’t feel I wasted my training budget. In addition to the tangible stuff, the training saved a huge amount of my time as the team were solving their own problems and taking responsibility. As a business we are much more productive and outputs from the team are much higher.

Cam Farrelly Partner, pd3

Andy and Neil made my journey into NLP engaging and revelatory. They allow a mass of information to be integrated so smoothly – it makes for an incredible experience. I can’t wait to try out my learnings

Gareth Jones Design Director, pd3

Prepare to be challenged and have your eyes opened. Prepare to have your eyes opened and smell the coffee. Prepare for some great learning, with fun and meaning. Prepare to have your life transformed. Prepare to believe all those superlatives when you’ve completed the course

Sam Dobbs Police Sergeant

This course has given me a set of tools, techniques and resources I can use professionally but also personally. It has helped change who I am as a leader and given me tools to support staff in my organisation

Claire Newman Finance Director, City Year

It’s not a course, more a way of thinking and living. The methodologies I believe can make a difference and won’t be forgotten – like so many courses. I have become a believer! Thank you

Howard Davis Group Finance Director, Bourne Group

What’s changed? The whole organisation. Literally everything! Different staff in different positions, different ways to train corps members, different values and language around how we operate and now in a much more productive way – challenging each other to be at cause

Sophie Livingstone Chief Executive, City Year


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